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Title: Novel charging and discharging schemes for electric vehicles in smart grids
Author: Liu, Chao
Awarding Body: Queen Mary University of London
Current Institution: Queen Mary, University of London
Date of Award: 2020
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Abstract:
This thesis presents smart Charging and Discharging (C&D) schemes in the smart grid that enable a decentralised scheduling with large volumes of Electric Vehicles (EV) participation. The proposed C&D schemes use di erent strategies to atten the power consumption pro le by manipulating the charging or discharging electricity quantity. The novelty of this thesis lies in: 1. A user-behaviour based smart EV charging scheme that lowers the overall peak demand with an optimised EV charging schedule. It achieves the minimal impacts on users' daily routine while satisfying EV charging demands. 2. A decentralised EV electricity exchange process matches the power demand with an adaptive blockchain-enabled C&D scheme and iceberg order execution algorithm. It demonstrates improved performance in terms of charging costs and power consumption pro le. 3. The Peer-to-Peer (P2P) electricity C&D scheme that stimulates the trading depth and energy market pro le with the best price guide. It also increases the EV users' autonomy and achieved maximal bene ts for the network peers while protecting against potential attacks. 4. A novel consensus-mechanism driven EV C&D scheme for the blockchain-based system that accommodates high volume EV scenarios and substantially reduces the power uctuation level. The theoretical and comprehensive simulations prove that the penetration of EV with the proposed schemes minimises the power uctuation level in an urban area, and also increases the resilience of the smart grid system.
Supervisor: Not available Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.808447  DOI: Not available
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